Risk Factor Implications of Incidentally Discovered Uncomplicated Bundle Branch Block
- Geometric Subtypes of the Left Ventricle in Patients with Left Bundle Branch Block. Santic, Zlatko; Mustapic-Santic, Katica // Acta Informatica Medica;2010, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p199
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- ECG of the month. Regan, Claire; Regan, Martin // British Journal of Cardiac Nursing;Jan2015, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p7
The article describes the case of an 89-year-old woman who complained of a 3-day history of dizzy spells who has a past medical history of hypertension and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It discusses three conditions observed in the patient that constitute tri-fascicular block, as the...
- Left Bundle Branch Block (LBBB) in Patients with Heart Failure (HF) in Mostar Region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Hadziomerovic, Mustafa; Fazlibegovic, Emir; Dilic, Mirza; Raljevic, Enver; Fazlibegovic, Fadila; Veledar, Emir // Medicinski Arhiv;2007 Supplement, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p15
Work goal: to determine the influence of Left branch block Hissa (LBBB) on: a) the degree of heart weakness according to NYHA classification; b) structural remodelling based on echocardiographic, and c) functional remodelling based on EFLV i FS (echo), comparing patients with heart failure (HF)...
- Newly Acquired Right Bundle-Branch Block. Schneider, John F.; Thomass Jr., H. Emerson; Kreger, Bernard E.; McNamara, Patricia M.; Sorlie, Paul; Kannel, William B. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Jan80, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p37
Examines the clinical significance of newly acquired right bundle-branch block (RBBB) in all who develop it in a representative general population sample. Criteria for the diagnosis of RBBB; Information on antecedent cardiovascular abnormalities; Regression of incidence of coronary heart...
- Utilizing wavelet transform and support vector machine for detection of the paradoxical splitting in the second heart sound. Al-Naami, Bassam; Al-Nabulsi, Jamal; Amasha, Hani; Torry, John // Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing;Feb2010, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p177
Paradoxical splitting occurs when pulmonic valve (P2) closes before the aortic valve (A2). This causes second heart sound (S2) to be a single sound during inspiration and split during exhalation. Etiology delay in aortic closure: aortic stenosis, volume overload of left ventricle (LV),...
- Direct Connection Between the Coronary Arteries in the Human Heart. Reig, J.; Jornet, A.; Petit, M. // Angiology;Mar1995, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p235
Seven cases of intercoronary arterial continuity are described, which were obtained from a study of 100 human hearts in individuals with an average age (Â± standard deviation) of 61.09 years (Â±21.96). The methods used in the study were postmortem coronary angiography and dissection. In...
- Newly Acquired Left Bundle-Branch Block: The Framingham Study. Schneider, John F.; Thomas Jr., H. Emerson; Kreger, Bernard E.; McNamara, Patricia M.; Kannel, William B. // Annals of Internal Medicine;Mar79, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p303
Presents information on a study which examined the clinical implications of newly acquired left bundle-branch block. Methodology; Results; Discussion.
- Right and left bundle branch blocks. Hines, Silvia E. // Patient Care for the Nurse Practitioner;Jun2000, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p59
Discusses the mechanisms, common electrocardiogram findings and the clinical significance of bundle branch blocks. Details on the normal depolarization of the atria; Why the right bundle branch is easily damaged.
- Left bundle branch block disappeared after coronary angiography: A case report. Qingyi Zhu; Wen Peng; Shenghua Zhou; Xiangping Chai // HealthMed;2013, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p1978
Cardiac resynchronization therapy is a main therapy for the left bundle branch block. We report on the clinical course of a patient and the disappearance of left bundle branch block after the coronary angiography despite withholding cardiac resynchronization therapy.